Zachary V. Renegar


Zachary Renegar is a member in Cozen O'Connor's Subrogation & Recovery Department. Zac's practice focuses primarily on property claims involving product liability and construction defect. Prior to joining Cozen O'Connor, Zac litigated a variety of cases for a regional insurance defense firm for six years.  Zac has tried cases to jury verdict in both state and federal courts in North Carolina.

Zac earned his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and his law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law.  During law school Zac was an extern with the Forsyth County District Attorney's office and obtained the CALI Award for Excellence in Immigration Law.  Before entering law school, Zac worked in claims for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.


Cozen O’Connor Announces Changes to Firm Management 2022

March 23, 2022

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce the following changes in firm leadership positions for the 2022 year.

Cozen O’Connor Elects 19 Associates to Membership

April 09, 2018

Cozen O’Connor has elected 19 associates to membership in the firm. The management committee appointed this qualified group of attorneys to membership based on demonstrated professionalism, leadership, dedication, and loyalty to Cozen O’Connor.


Outer Banks Power Outage May Lead to Subrogation [Subrogation & Recovery Alert]

August 29, 2017

Zach Renegar discusses the class action lawsuits filed after the power outage and possible subrogation opportunities for insurers.

Which Statute of Repose Applies? - Product Liability or Improvement to Real Property [Subrogation & Recovery Law Blog]

June 01, 2016

Product vs. Improvement to Real Property: Which Statute of Repose Applies?  Depending on the jurisdiction of your loss, the answer to this question may significantly impact the viability your claim. A quick review of the law in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee demonstrates the varying...

Reflections on Low-E Glass vs. Vinyl Siding [Subrogation & Recovery Alert]

December 10, 2015

As more residential building codes mandate the use of low-e glass in residential construction, insurers have seen an increase in property damage claims allegedly caused by low-e glass windows – specifically the melting and distortion of vinyl siding. These losses may present potential for subrogation.

Events & Seminars

Past Events

2019 Richmond Subrogation Seminar

October 16, 2019 - Richmond, VA

Industry Sectors


  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 2008
  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, B.A., 2000
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • U.S. District Court -- Eastern District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court -- Middle District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court -- Western District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court -- South Carolina

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